21 people died after bombs exploded in two Birmingham pubs in November 1974. Can you help us tell their story?Read the full story ›
Julie was 11 when she lost her big sister but has spent her life seeking justice for Maxine and the other 20 victims of the pub bombings.Read the full story ›
Brian Davis believes his sister Jane would have gone on to great things if her life hadn’t been cut short in the Birmingham pub bombings.Read the full story ›
James Craig was the older, football loving brother who got on with everybody.Read the full story ›
Paul remembers his mother breaking down in tears when she was told her husband John Rowlands had died in the pub bombings.Read the full story ›
George Jones lost his father in the Birmingham pub bombings but he says he has never been forgotten.Read the full story ›
Paul Anthony Bridgewater was born three months after his dad was killed, despite never meeting, they are strikingly similar.Read the full story ›
Paul Bodman was just 20 when he lost his "gentle giant” of a father Stanley.Read the full story ›
Timeline of the key events surrounding the Birmingham bombings from 1974 - 2017.Read the full story ›
The Birmingham pub bombings campaigners have hit their £10,000 fundraising target for a judicial review.
They are challenging the coroner's decision on the scope of the new inquests into the 21 deaths.
Peter Thornton, the coroner, has said the inquests will not consider who planted the bombs in city centre pubs.